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He also defended Michael Jackson.... one of the child molestation cases.

Obviously everyone is entitled to a defense. Hopefully the jury will see past the expensive suits and the "charm" and decide based on the evidence.

By the way, Strauss-Kahn is not in a "prison" as the article says. He's in jail. Prison is where you go after you're convicted; jail is where you go until you're tried (or released on bail). It's a pretty nasty jail though.

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(NT) I heard he has the whole wing to himself
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Sentence has already been pronounced........
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That'll get him off

Legally speaking I mean. Mischief

If she has any promiscuity background, it's almost certain he will walk.

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His background is less than savory...

I bet he doesn't get away with it.

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The case has a political aspect.
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Have already heard reports of frame

set up by his political enemies.

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"Curiouser and curiouser"

Who knew banking could be so ... interesting?

BTW he did withdraw from IMF.

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